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churches in mid 1850s-mid '60s Rockland area

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churches in mid 1850s-mid '60s Rockland area

Posted: 19 Apr 2012 8:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Scott, Joscelyn
Hello everyone,

I'm working on trying to locate the birthplace of my third great-grandfather, Levi Scott. His family (father: Jacob Scott, mother: Mary Joscelyn and two younger brothers) were living in Rockland in 1860, according to the census record I found. I believe his mother, Mary also lived in Rockland in 1850 with her family but have been unable to verify that is her family I found in the census. So, with this assumption that the family was likely in Rockland during 1854 when my third great-grandfather was born, I was wondering what churches were in the Rockland area that they may have gone to? I don't know their religious affiliation. I'm hoping to find a baptism record for him or his younger siblings: Winfred, Napoleon, Clara, George and Anna--all born in New York between 1854 and 1866.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thank you!

Katie
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StilpK 19 Apr 2012 2:55PM GMT 
norgereng 24 Oct 2013 4:35PM GMT 
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